A developer who has recently been reviving a long-quiet stretch of downtown Bangor has put three of his properties on the market. Read More
19 years ago, these four men were teammates. Now, they’re all coaching teams in this year’s tourney.
Members of Shead’s 1999-2000 boys basketball team have figured prominently in recent tournaments. Four players from that squad are varsity head coaches — all of which have qualified for postseason play again this year. Read More
Wednesday may have been a snow day for many public school students in Maine. But students in the Camden area still had to do schoolwork during the midweek storm, even if it was from home. Read More
Gov. Janet Mills has released her first budget, after repeatedly promising it would provide “sustainable” funding for the massive expansion of Medicaid without new taxes. Republicans acknowledge that this proposed budget delivers on this funding promise — along with a collection of other campaign promises — but find it lacking… Read More
Friday’s tourney basketball summaries| Class A girls Lawrence 57, Medomak Valley 33 Medomak Valley (11-8): Ripley, Puchalski, Blake, Schaeffer 2-1-6, Kunesh, Lash, M. White 2-0-4, Bickmore 3-0-6, Donlin 1-1-3, Cohen 3-0-6, Creamer 1-0-2, Spear, G. White, Simmons 3-0-6. Totals 15-2-33 Lawrence (13-6): Bourque, Curtis… Read More
Maine’s congressional delegation is unified in its opposition to President Donald Trump’s use of emergency powers to redirect money to build a partial wall on the border with Mexico. Read More
Friday was Vaughn Smith’s 83rd birthday. Meeting the Marginally Famous Bangor Police Department Duck of Justice WAS on his bucket-list. Vaughn has a duck puppet. Nope, not kidding. Melody thought it was real. I still do. Vaughn is an artist. Vaughn’s wife and daughter came with him on this momentous… Read More